|DeLay - Gospel|
Tom DeLay explains his theory on America's creation, from Vision America
Keywords: Tom DeLay
|Truthmobile TV - Robb Zipp|
This is footage from a protest in December, 2005 at the Houston Galleria. Inside, Dick Cheney was helping raise defense funds for Tom DeLay. Outside were hundreds of people who disagree with what they are doing to this country.
Keywords: dick cheney, tom delay, protest, houston, peace, democrat
|Paula Poundstone; Congressional Turnover; Global Warming "Tipping Points" - Mother Jones Radio|
Julia Whitty's newest article for Mother Jones magazine looks at potential global warming "tipping points" -- factors that could push us over the edge towards rapid climate change. What are those tipping points? How likely are they to happen? And will the coming turnover in the House and Senate have any impact on our ability to prevent them? Plus, we explore whether the Congressional turnover means a change from the culture of corruption...
Keywords: Julia Whitty; global warming; Congress; corruption; Jacl Abramoff; Tom DeLay
|Republican Criminals - email@example.com|
A list of prominent Republicans convicted or indicted spanning the last ten years.
Keywords: republican; criminals; felons; Jack Abramoff; Tom Delay; pedophiles
|Mother Jones Radio 06-04-09: Daily Kos; Immigration; Do Liberals Dominate Higher Ed? - Mother Jones Radio|
Markos Moulitasa Zuniga, the blogger behind Daily Kos, wants to boot out the "ineffective" Democratic Party establishment. We talk with one of the most popular progressive bloggers about his vision for a new movement: one "of the netroots, the grassroots, the unorthodox labor unions, the maverick big donors." Plus, conservative author David Horowitz debates Mark LeVine, who he calls one of the "most dangerous professors in America." Horowitz's new book attacks the dominance of progressives in ac...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; democratic party; iraq; mexico; tom delay; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, June 15, 2004|
Abu Ghraib Guards Told to Treat Prisoners "Like Dogs" In an interview with the BBC, Brigadier General Janis Karpinski said the military officer now managing the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq told her that all prisoners should be treated like dogs. Major General Geoffrey Miller, who managed the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, met with Karpinski prior to his transfer. (SOUND) A military spokesman said Miller never made the statements...
Keywords: 9-11; afghanistan; bush; california; elections; india; iraq; israel; military; palestine; rumsfeld; tom delay; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, July 25, 2003|
US Troops Prepare for Liberia - Martin Browne Voting Rights Restored in Florida - Mitch Perry CA Supreme Court Rejects Effort to Halt Recall - Mitch Jeserich Three Nuns Arrested at Nuclear Missile Silo - Sam Fuqua New Sanctions on North Korea(4:09) The United States imposed new sanctions on the North Korean government today saying an already punished firm in the country had continued to violate US law with the sales of missile parts and technology...
Keywords: UN; bush; china; elections; environment; japan; korea; mexico; nuclear power; palestine; scotus; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, September 28, 2005|
Representative Tom DeLay has been indicted. A grand jury charged him along with two political associates for political conspiracy. He spoke from his office in the Capitol: Audio Clip: The House Majority Leader will step down from that post, but will retain his Texas seat. As Ellen Ratner reports, this is not the first time Tom Delay has run into legal trouble. Israel has continued it's attacks and search for Palestinian militants into it's fifth day knocking out power to thousands of residents i...
Keywords: UN; elections; highschool; india; iran; israel; mexico; nuclear power; palestine; rights; riots; tom delay; unions; washington
|Mother Jones Radio 05-10-09: Justice DeLayed: Tom DeLay Finally Gets Nailed - Mother Jones Radio|
This week on Mother Jones Radio, we're cutting through the blather on the indictment of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. Mother Jones writer Lou Dubose explains the scandal behind the headlines. What's the evidence? Is DeLay's defense credible? And is Austin D.A. Ronnie Earle really the "partisan Democrat" that Republican talking points make him out to be? Plus, we talk with Dr. Price Cobbs, author of "My American Life: From Rage to Entitlement." Cobbs was the co-author of 1968's "Black Rage," w...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; tom delay; scandal; Republican; racism; White House
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, October 07, 2004|
Baghdad Burning The Baghdad Sheraton Hotel came under heavy attack in the evening local time. The hotel is the temporary home of many U.S. contractors, soldiers, international journalists, and others.Two rockets slammed into the building causing a fire nearby, but so far no reported casualties. U.S. and Iraqi security forces opened fire in the dark towards the direction of where it is believed the rockets were launched...
Keywords: bush; china; elections; hurricane; iraq; kurds; mexico; nigeria; oil; saddam hussein; tom delay; wal-mart; washington
|Liberty News TV--Episode 4--May 2005|
Monthly news coverage including the Tom Delay scandal, and hidden provisions in the No Child Left Behind Act that aid military recruiters. Also, Kevan Quinn skewers the "myth of the liberal media" with specific examples of how Fox, CNN and MSNBC consistently spin stories to the right.
Keywords: Tom Delay; No Child Left Behind; recruiting kids; republicrats; worst democrats; myth of the liberal media
|Liberty News TV--Episode 10--revised|
First came the indictment of House majority leader Tom DeLay, then the Scooter Libby indictment. Something is rotten in Washington. As tongue-tied Undersecretary of State Karen Hughes inflames hatred of the U.S. in the Middle East, an arrogant Condoleeza Rice shocks Senators by proclaiming that the Iraq invasion was never about WMDs. To wrap up, Kevan Quinn warns about our dangerous slide toward self-destructive militarism.
Keywords: Liberty News TV; Tom DeLay; Scooter Libby; militarism; chickenhawks; Karen Hughes; Condoleeza Rice; Iraq; Barbara Boxer
|Rag Radio 2014-09-05 -- Texans for Public Justice Director Craig McDonald on the Rick Perry Indictment - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Craig McDonald is the founder and director of Texans for Public Justice (TPJ) a public interest anti-corruption nonprofit that filed the complaint against Texas Gov. Rick Perry that led to the felony indictment charging Perry with "coercion of a public servant and misuse of official capacity." The group's 2005 criminal complaint against House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and his Texans for a Republican Majority Pac resulted in a number of felony convictions and drove DeLay to resign from Congress...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer: Craig McDonald; Texans for Public Justice; Rick Perry; Tom DeLay
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 30, 2004|
Large Scale Offensive in Gaza At least twenty-four Palestinians have been killed and hundreds more injured today as Israeli military forces escalated their large-scale offensive in the northern Gaza Strip.Laila el-Haddad reports from Gaza City. Ashcroft to Appeal Anti-Patriot Act Ruling John Ashcroft says the so-called U.S. Patriot act is within the bounds of the constitution despite a recent court ruling.Heather Buckheim reports from D.C...
Keywords: attorney general; bush; elections; highschool; hiphop; hurricane; iraq; israel; military; palestine; riots; saddam hussein; tom delay; unions; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, October 08, 2004|
FBI Takes IndyMedia Hard Drive The FBI has crossed borders and jurisdictions to claim the hard drive of the Independent Media Center based in London. Naomi Fowler has more from the UK. Civil Libertarians Fight in Court Several court cases in New York City are challenging what advocates describe as clear violations of civil liberties under the umbrella of the so-called Patriot Act. In New York City, Leigh Ann Caldwell reports...
Keywords: 9-11; UN; afghanistan; bush; california; elections; france; iraq; john kerry; mexico; oil; rights; riots; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 04, 2003|
Judicial Nominees Pull Bush's Name- Jay Tamboli Defense Department Unable to Destroy Chemical Weapons - Cuog Phu Trihn Resolution for UN Support in Iraq - Haider Risvi St. Louis School Controversy - Katerina Pesheva Victory against the FCC! The Senate Appropriations Committee is today voting on whether to roll back these FCC media ownership rules. The FCC voted in June to weaken restrictions on media ownership rules which were expected to come into effect today...
Keywords: NATO; bush; chemical weapons; democratic party; elections; iraq; islam; karl rove; military; palestine; riots; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, July 12, 2004|
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and center-left opposition leader Shimon Peres have agreed to team up in promoting a unilateral plan to withdraw from the occupied Gaza Strip. Laila El-Haddad reports from Gaza City. At the United Nations, the Palestinian ambassador formally criticized the wall being built by the Israeli goverment and condemned by the International Criminal Court. Haider Rizvi has more from the U.N...
Keywords: UN; al-qaeda; argentina; bush; california; elections; iraq; israel; john kerry; mexico; oil; palestine; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, March 01, 2005|
Unconstitutional to Execute Minors in US In a major victory for death penalty opponents, the Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Constitution forbids the execution of people who were under 18 when they commit their crimes. Selina Musuta of the DC Radio Co-op has more. Delay Trial Begins in TX Three associates of US House Majority Leader, Tom Delay, are on trial in Texas for allegedly using corporate money to secure state offices for Republicans...
Keywords: UN; death penalty; detainees; elections; immigration; iraq; military; pentagon; protest; rights; rumsfeld; scotus; tom delay; torture; wal-mart
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, July 08, 2005|
A federal appeals court ruled that the ban on partial birth abortions is unconstitutional. The ban includes an exception to save the life of the mother, but the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis says that exceptions doesn't go far enough to regard the health of a woman. The ruling upholds a prior ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf of Lincoln Nebraska who heard one of three cases on the issue last year...
Keywords: afghanistan; california; china; global warming; iraq; islam; mexico; military; nigeria; oil; protest; rights; russia; scotus; tom delay; torture
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, July 18, 2003|
Palestinian Prime Minister Invited to Washington - Mohammed Ghalayini Protestors Rally outside of Dell Computers - Erika MacDonald Undocumented Immigrants Face Legislation that would Beef Up Border Security - John Anderson Attorney General John Ashcroft to Meet with Anti-Terrorism Task Forces - Andrew Stelzer Public is Getting a Glimpse of Controversial Dick Cheney Energy Documents - James Cullum Blair in Washington DC(4:09) Reporters from the New York times and the Nation magazine allege that B...
Keywords: attorney general; bush; cheney; china; democratic party; iraq; korea; oil; palestine; protest; state of the union; tom delay; uranium; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, January 03, 2006|
ABRAMOFF PLEADS GUILTY Washington lobbyist, Jack Abramoff, plead guilty today to charges of conspiracy, fraud and tax evasion. Ingrid Drake has more from Washington DC. Charges against Abramoff include offering money, meals, and trips to public officials in exchange for favorable treatment for Abramoff's clients, as well as enlisting former congressional aides to illegally lobby their bosses within a one-year window of employment...
Keywords: NSA; christmas; elections; hamas; india; islam; israel; mexico; military; nigeria; pakistan; palestine; privacy; rebellion; rights; scotus; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, April 04, 2006|
ISRAELI AIRCRAFT SHELL GAZA Israeli forces have launched new strikes against the Gaza Strip, damaging part of the Palestinian presidential compound. One Palestinian man was killed and eight others were wounded in northern Gaza. Laila El-Haddad has more. After roaring over Gaza skies throughout the morning, Israeli fighter jets attacked several targets in Gaza city, including Mahmud Abbas's presidential compound...
Keywords: UN; afghanistan; courage; elections; france; genocide; hurricane; immigration; iraq; israel; kurds; military; palestine; rebellion; saddam hussein; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, January 09, 2006|
CORRUPTION SCANDAL FALLOUT Republican Congressman, Tom Delay, will leave his position as House Majority leader. The GOP is now trying to distance itself from ongoing corruption scandals. Ingrid Drake reports from Washington, DC. In the midst of federal investigations into lawbreaking and ethics violations of lobbyist Jack Abramoff and several Congress members and their staff, Speaker of the House J...
Keywords: FEMA; WTO; china; elections; hamas; immigration; india; iraq; korea; mexico; military; pakistan; protest; rights; scotus; tom delay; washington
|Mother Jones Radio 05-09-25: Guilty Man: A Priest Fights the Death Penalty, and His Own Demons - Mother Jones Radio|
Bill Wiseman wrote the first bill in America to legalize execution by lethal injection 30 years ago - and he regrets it. He was trying to make capital punishment kinder, but today he believes he made it easier. Now an Episcopal priest, Wiseman tells Angie why he opposes the death penalty and what he's doing about it. Journalist Vince Beiser, who profiled Wiseman for Mother Jones tells us about the priest's work...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; bush; death penalty; political satire; tom delay; Jack Abramoff; Jeb Bush; lethal injection
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, March 26, 2004|
Clarke's 9.11 Testimony Declassified? Republican Congressional leaders want to declassify Richard Clarke?s testimony to the September 11th Commission given behind closed doors in 2002.Senate Majority leader Bill Frist says he wants to know if Clarke lied under oath.In his best-selling book and again at a public hearing this week, Clarke provided a glimpse behind the White House?s veil of loyalty by charging that high-level Bush administration officials ignored or reduced the priority of key warn...
Keywords: 9-11; EU; UN; algeria; bush; campaign finance; detainees; elections; hamas; iraq; military; palestine; rights; saddam hussein; tom delay; turkey; unions
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 04, 2005|
Suicide Bombing in Northern Iraq A suicide bomber hit a police station in the Kurdish city of Irbil in northern Iraq.It is the largest explosion in the normally peaceful town in over a year.50 people were killed and 150 wounded in the blast.Political analysts say the planned attack is an attempt to intimidate Kurds.The Kurds have enjoyed a well-established government in the north since more than a decade ago the U.S...
Keywords: EU; NATO; bush; democratic party; drug companies; elections; environment; ethnic; france; india; iraq; kurds; marijuana; mexico; nuclear power; oil; pakistan; scotus; suicide; tom delay
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 08, 2005|
More trouble for Republican Majority Leader Tom Delay. A Texan grand jury announced a series of indictments against his political action committee Texans for a Republican Majority. The Pac took a 100-thousand dollar corporate check to spend on the 2002 statewide elections. That's allegedly a violation of campaign finance laws in the Lone Star state. Wendy Wang reports it's one of a series of related charges that could haunt the G-O-P leader...
Keywords: FEMA; bush; california; campaign finance; democratic party; detainees; elections; evacuees; federal government; hurricane; india; israel; katrina; mexico; new orleans; palestine; tom delay; wal-mart
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, May 26, 2005|
Activists on different sides of the immigration debate clashed in Southern California leaving 7 protestors in jail, 3 run over by a car and the man who ran them over released without charge.From KPFK in Los Angeles, Sonali Kolhatkar has the story. A Texas judge ruled a political action committee founded by Representative Tom Delay broke the law by failing to report corporate contributions used to influence state elections...
Keywords: EU; bush; california; democratic party; elections; french fries; highschool; immigration; iraq; israel; mexico; military; palestine; pentagon; protest; south africa; tom delay; unions; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, December 06, 2005|
IRANIAN MILITARY PLANE CRASH An Iranian military transport plane crashed into a 10-story apartment building in Tehran today as it was trying to make an emergency landing. At least 128 people were killed including 34 on the ground. The plane was carrying Iranian journalists en route to cover military maneuvers in the south and was returning to the airport after experiencing a technical problem. AL-ARIAN TRIAL OVER ? ACCUITALS AND A MISTRIAL The Florida case of a former professor whose trial was c...
Keywords: EU; bush; california; detainees; elections; environment; france; iran; iraq; islam; military; oil; palestine; rights; riots; saddam hussein; scotus; suicide; tom delay; unions; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, October 04, 2005|
DELAY INDICTMENT Prosecutors in Texas upped the stakes when they re-indicted Tom Delay Monday. From KPFT in Houston, Renee Feltz has the details: Underlying allegations against the US House Majority leader remain the same, but the new indictment by new Travis County grand jurors requires the prosecutor to prove DeLay conspired to launder money. This is a first degree felony, punishable by a maximum life term...
Keywords: EU; FEMA; UN; bush; disease; elections; france; genocide; hurricane; india; iraq; islam; israel; katrina; kurds; levees; mexico; military; new orleans; oil; palestine; rights; riots; scotus; tom delay; turkey
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, November 17, 2004|
UK Report on Gulf War Syndrome An independent inquiry in Britain has concluded that thousands of Gulf War veterans were in fact made ill by their service.Anastasia Kershaw reports from London. Banks Bombed in Buenos Aires Three Banks in Buenos Aires were bombed today in a series of explosions. Mat Goldin reports. Russia Develops New Type of Nuke Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with military leadership today that Russia is testing a new type of nuclear missile and plans to depl...
Keywords: algeria; bush; campaign finance; censorship; iraq; medicare; military; nigeria; nuclear power; nuclear weapons; oil; russia; south africa; tom delay; unions; war veterans; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, January 13, 2006|
WAL-MART TO PAY FOR HEALTH CARE Maryland has become the first state to to pass a bill requiring Wal-Mart to spend more on employee health care. Ryme Katkhouda has the story. In a veto reversal that was closely watched nationally, lawmakers in the Democrat-led General Assembly in Maryland voted largely along party lines to require private companies with more than 10,000 employees in Maryland to spend at least 8 percent of their payroll expenses on employee health benefits or to make a contributio...
Keywords: FEMA; bush; campaign finance; china; democratic party; elections; environment; evacuees; hurricane; india; iran; iraq; katrina; new orleans; nigeria; nuclear weapons; oil; palestine; scotus; tom delay; wal-mart
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, January 04, 2006|
BLOODY DAY IN IRAQ Iraq witnessed some of the worst violence in recent weeks today. A suicide bomber killed 36 people and wounded 40 others when he detonated his explosive vest during a Shi'ite funeral in Miqdadiya. Three separate car bombings took the lives of at least 15 people, leaving some 40 others wounded. North of Baghdad, insurgents attacked a convoy of fuel tankers with rocket-propelled grenades...
Keywords: EU; NATO; bush; christmas; democratic party; detainees; elections; hamas; heart disease; india; iraq; islam; israel; military; oil; palestine; rebellion; rights; russia; scotus; south africa; suicide; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, October 21, 2005|
REACTION TO HARIRI REPORT An investigative report presented to the United Nations Security Council accuses Syrian and Lebanese officials of involvement in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister and billionaire businessman Rafiq Hariri. Haider Rizvi reports from the United Nations. Both Syria and Lebanon have strongly denied the allegations made in the report. Faysasal Mekdad, the Syrian ambassador, said the report is based on political motives and that it does not deal with the actu...
Keywords: FEMA; UN; bush; california; elections; hurricane; india; islam; john kerry; katrina; lebanon; mexico; military; new orleans; oil; scotus; tom delay; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, November 02, 2005|
RIOTS STILL RAGE IN PARIS Urban violence spread last night to several towns in the outskirts of Paris. But the situation was calmer in the neighborhood where the rioting started six days ago. Tony Cross reports from Paris. TRAIN RIOT IN ARGENTINA Angry commuters ransacked a train station in Argentina yesterday after service was cancelled. The government says the riot was provoked by "radical activists" preparing for the upcoming Americas Summit in the Coastal Resort City of Mar del Plata...
Keywords: NSA; argentina; bush; civil disobediance; coca-cola; communism; democratic party; federal government; highschool; india; iraq; nigeria; pakistan; rebellion; rights; riots; tom delay; torture; washington
|Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 29, 2005|
The Supreme Court has a new chief justice. Today the U.S. Senate voted to confirm John Roberts, with only about half the body?s democrats dissenting. Senate democrats have drawn fire for not putting up more of a fight after Roberts largely evaded probing questions during his confirmation hearings. But Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Arlin Specter, a republican, applauded what he called bipartisanship, and a thorough review of Roberts? qualifications: [Specter Audio] Roberts will take his seat i...
Keywords: EU; NSA; bush; campaign finance; democratic party; elections; hurricane; india; iraq; israel; katrina; louisiana; military; new orleans; palestine; rights; rumsfeld; scotus; suicide; tobacco; tom delay; torture
|People United - November 12, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features activist, author, and fourth-generation Gulf Coast shrimper Diane Wilson on the founding of the Texas Jail Project and its relation to her nonviolent civil disobedience, now chronicled in her forthcoming book _Diary of an Eco-Outlaw: An Unreasonable Woman Breaks the Law for Mother Earth_. She spoke at the home of Virginia Raymond and Tom Kolker in Austin, Texas, on November 6, 2010.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Diane Wilson; Seadrift TX; Calhoun County; Gulf Coast; shrimper; fisherwoman; fisherman; civil disobedience; hunger strikes; environmental activism; peace activism; anti-war activism; analysis; reminisence; memoir; Diary of an Eco-Outlaw; Diary of an Outlaw; Victoria County Jail; Texas Jail Project; Diana Claitor; Union Carbide; Dow Chemical; Bhopal; Iraq; Halliburton; BP; Code Pink; Houston; fundraiser; Dick Cheney; Richard Cheney; Tom DeLay; Mona Knutsen; Ramona Knutsen; criminal justice; law enforcement; incarceration; jail; race; gender; class; people of color; women; working class; movement building; history; current events
|[June 28 2007] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Let's Talk About Herring... 'Red Herring' - Immigration 'Reform' Stirs Up A Diversionary Dust Storm In Congress While Our Real Problem Is STILL 'The War' - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: Stand by for a congressional showdown with the executive branch on the warrantless wiretapping program. The White House, the Vice President's office, The National Security Council, the Justice Department... et al have been subpoenaed. Three Republicans crossed over to vote with the majority...13-3. The i-MIGRATION bill will be coming to a head today. Details. Hugo Chavez is on his way to Tehran Iran to hammer out a deal for an "axis of oil"...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary; Cabale News Service; Travus T. Hipp; KPIG; News; Alternative News; Commentary; Philosophy; Satire; Spoken Word; Politics; History; Current Events; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; 420; Alberto Gonzales; Bong Hits 4 Jesus; Civil Rights; Class War; Cloture Vote; Cognitive Dissonance; COINTELPRO; Constitutional Crisis; Corruption; Covert Operations; Despotism; Domestic Spying; Domestic Surveillance; Drug Wars; Energy Economics; Ethics; Fascism; First Amendment; GWOT; Homeland Security; Hugo Chavez; Immigration; Immigration Reform; International Diplomacy; International Politics; Iran; Jurisprudence; Justice Department; Justice Paul Stevens; Latin America; Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; Marijuana; Mexico; Migration; Moral Turpitude; National Security Council; NSC; Oil Production; Oil Wars; Paradox; PATRIOT Act; Persian Gulf; Police State; Political Dissent; Pot; Prohibition; Republican Corruption; Social Issues; State Terror; Student; Student Rights; Surveillance; Tom Delay; Totalitarian; US Border Security; US Justice Department; US Legal System; Venezuela; Wage Discrimination; War On Terror; Warrantless Wiretapping; Wiretapping
|[November 06 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: CreDebt And The US Financial Infrastructure - Plastic Things, China, And The U.S. GROSS Domestic Product... Untenable And Unconscionable - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: President-Elect Barack Obama picks Rahm Emanuel for Chief of Staff and rumors are John Kerry has been tapped for Secretary of State. In Alaska the race between the convicted Republican criminal Ted Stevens and Mark Begich, the mayor of Anchorage, is still undecided... More about the Criminal Elements of our government, their relationship with the media, and what the public might do about them as they try to peddle their corrupt ethics in the media from Juan Cole at Informed Comment:...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; 2008 Elections; Act of War; American Economy; American Financial Institutions; Banking Industry; Border War; Britain; Bush Administration; Bush Family Ranch; Bush War; BushCo; BushWar; Capitalism; Capitalist Economics; Con Game; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Mafia; Corporate Society; Corporatism; Corruption; Economic Bailout; Economic Bailout Bill; Economic Bleed-Out; Economic Crisis; Economic Depression; Economic Fascism; Economic Hegemony; Economic Hemorrhage; Economic Indicator; Economic Recession; Economic Rescue Bill; Economic Stimulus; Economics; Fascism; Financial System; Juan Cole; Kleptocracy; National Socialism; New World Order; Propaganda; Republican Apparatchik; Republican Corruption; Socialism For The Rich; U.S. Banks; US Banking System; US Banks; US Economy; US Elections; US Monetary Policy; Wall Street; Wall Street Bailout; Wall Street Journal; Advertiser boycott; Alaska; Automotive Industries; Barack Obama; California; CIA; CNN; Consumerism; corporate media; corrupt ethics; Disinformation; Gay Marriage Ban; Informed Comment; John Kerry; Karl Rove; Mark Begich; media; Media Concentration; Nancy Pelosi; Oliver North; Proposition 8; Rahm Emanuel; Same Sex Marriage; Senate; Story Of Stuff; Sustainability Funders; Television; Tides Foundation; Tom Delay; US Elections